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Locations in south Devon of old second world war emplacements for suitable outdoor location photography and glamour required


11 Aug 2012 2:42PM
I am looking for some suitable locations in South Devon of old second world war emplacements and batteries for some outdoor glamour location shots if anybody can help please let me know

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pal52 4 4 United Kingdom
11 Aug 2012 10:51PM
hi brian

there is a site called 'derelict places' that has all sorts of interesting ideas and information.
Worth checking oit
Peter
Techno 6 1.0k 8 England
12 Aug 2012 9:32AM
I have just had a look at that site, never knew it existed, that Nocton Hall what a disgrace to allow that to happenSad to our heritage, must have pay a further visit when I calmed down.......SadSadSad

Thanks Peter
Andy_Cundell 3 1.1k 5 England
12 Aug 2012 11:23AM
Plymouth Hoe could be an alternative site. A lot of the old forts and batteries are in use by private companies and the MOD, not really sure if you can gain access. . You can always have a look here to find a few 'older' ones. Are you looking for run down or accessible? Fort Crownhill is up the road from me and probably in the best state but not a lot for background.
13 Aug 2012 10:01AM
I am looking for sites with access but away from the public if possible slightly secluded as I wish to do a few glamour shoots but using derelict buildings as the backdrop if that makes sense
13 Aug 2012 10:15AM
Thanks Peter I will check out the site for any around our area.
13 Aug 2012 7:22PM
quite a few sites on derelict places just have to see how te access is to the public don't want to have to get nicked by the local police !

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